For those of us on the go, it can often be difficult to find a nice and cozy watering hole that doubles up as a place to get some quick work done! Fostering a youthful and energetic community ourselves, Team Celebreak understands the joy of working in a lively and open place with great coffee to keep you going.

So to make it easy for those of you traveling through the city or simply looking for great laptop-friendly cafés in Malaga, here’s a list of the best cafés with WiFi in the city.

1. El Último Mono

El Ultimo Mono Cafe with WiFi in Malaga
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The Last Monkey began its Andalusian adventure in 2012 when Sergio and Victor – friends and fellow travelers – unleashed their desire to come up with a one-stop juice and coffee shop where everything was 100% natural. Today, El Último Mono stays true to its promise with the finest smoothies, coffees, and baked goods that taste like home. They even have the decor to go with it!

Simple and unassuming, El Último Mono is designed to relax the senses as you step in from the busy street just beyond. Choice artworks by local artists adorn the walls while the reupholstered furniture adds to a snug and warm ambience. That said, perhaps what truly sets this delightful little cafe apart is the people. Helen R, a member of Tripadvisor, puts it best, “This team clearly love their business and jobs, and they know their coffee… We have been here for 4 days and our orders are remembered and we are welcomed like friends.”

If you’re looking for laptop-friendly cafés in Malaga today, be sure to give El Último Mono a quick visit! You can find them just a few paces away from the Plaza de la Constitución on Calle Santa Maria in Centro.

Address: Calle Santa María, 9, 29015 Malaga.

Phone: 951 39 29 76

Timings: Mon – Sun (9:00 – 21:00)

Tripadvisor rating: 4.5 (671 reviews)

2. Dulces Dreams

Dulces Dreams Laptop-Friendly Cafés in Malaga
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Neat. Light. Roomy. Dulces Dreams may be located in the historical section of Malaga, but the café and their hostel stand in pleasant contrast to the bustling city outside. This establishment is run by a group of dynamic young friends who also run Picnic Dreams in Malaga. The café is vast and expansive, with the ground floor showcasing a gallery of work by local artists. If you prefer to work with a view, Dulces Dreams also offers up a scenic terrace that overlooks the Parish of the Holy Martyrs Ciriaco and Paula.

Since their establishment, Dulces Dreams have built up a fine reputation in Malaga for their organic coffee. But that is not all this place has to offer! Their friendly service and great food make this cafe a wonderful place to unwind and work without interruption. On the menu, you’ll find everything from breakfasts to desserts to keep your cuppa company, while their staff is always on hand to help you out with anything you need.

Dulces Dreams is located on the Plaza de los Mártires in Malaga’s Centro district.

Address: Plaza de los Mártires, 6, 29008 Málaga

Phone: (+34)  951 35 78 69

Timings: 24 hours

Tripadvisor rating: 4.5 (459 reviews)

3. Cafe Central

Cafe Central Malaga
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If there’s one café that exemplifies Malaga’s coffee culture, it’s Cafe Central in the city’s storied central district. Steeped in history, this café is an assimilation of three coffee shops that stood around the Plaza de la Constitución until the 1950s. Today, Cafe Central is known for having virtually established the unique way of ordering coffee associated with the city. The practice was started in the 1950s, when the owner, José Prado Crespo saw how customers were struggling to get the right amount of coffee in their glass and thus, wasting a precious resource at the time.

Today, the famous poster still stands, along with what has now become a traditional system of ordering coffee in Malaga. The cafe is now looked after by Crespo’s son and grandson, Rafael Prado Salas and Ignacio Prado Fernández-Baca, who have remained true to the spirit of Cafe Central while bringing a more contemporary feel to the establishment. A beautiful sunny terrace, great WiFi, gluten-free breakfasts, and handicap-friendly access make this place a must-visit while in Malaga.

While Cafe Central has a number of offerings on the menu, their recommendation is a glass of their specialty coffee accompanied by some delicious churros. If you work better after a coffee or two, then be sure to make this pilgrimage while in Malaga!

Address: Calle Santa María 2, 29015 Málaga

Phone: (+34) 952 224 973

Timings: 

Mon-Sat (8:30 am – 12:00 am)

Sun (9:30 am – 11:00 pm)

Tripadvisor rating: 3.5 (916 reviews)

4. Café Con Libros

Cafe con Libros Laptop-Friendly cafés in Malaga
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Everything about Café con Libros is pleasing to the senses. As you enter, you are greeted by a pleasant blend of eclectic scents. Rows of books line the shelves while cozy, colourful furniture makes up the interiors. An ever-present fixture in Malaga over the last two decades, this pretty little café contrasts the busier places in the city with a laid-back vibe that puts you at ease from the moment you step inside.

Café con Libros is easy to access, located in the center of Malaga at the Plaza de la Merced. You can choose the quiet and comfort of the interiors or if you prefer fresh air, there are always seats just outside. The café offers a delightfully diverse menu to suit your palate, but don’t miss their well-crafted brunch options!

Café con Libros may give out a peaceful vibe, but things are not always so quiet around here. The café hosts regular events from musical performances to art exhibitions to enrich your soul. All in all, not a bad place to settle down with your work at all!

Address: Plaza de la Merced, 19, 29012 – Málaga

Phone: (+34) 952 21 51 89

Timings: 

Mon-Sun (9:00 am – 1:00 am)

Open till 2 am on Fridays and Saturdays

Tripadvisor rating: 4 (395 reviews)

5. Recyclo Bike Café

Recyclo Bike Cafe with WiFi in Malaga
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A bike café may seem like the obvious choice for fitness and nature enthusiasts, but Recyclo Bike Café is so much more than its niche offerings. Started by biking enthusiasts, Greg and David, beside their workshop on the Plaza Enrique García Herrera, this attractive café is now one of the more popular laptop-friendly cafés in Malaga. The place exudes an exciting, bohemian vibe that draws any visitor in seconds.

From neat brick walls decorated with local artwork to the suspended bicycles that dot the ceiling above, Recyclo presents a visual treat while you work with a steaming cup keeping you company. A refreshing collection of music sets the mood, but their menu is what keeps you hooked to the place. Recyclo offers a variety of items, with a specialty in breakfasts. Vegans and vegetarians will take great delight in the number of cruelty-free options available. The owners do their best to source the highest quality of ingredients and products from local and artisanal sources to craft a menu that speaks to the heart and soul of Malaga.

Recyclo even offers discounts to customers who rent their bikes next door, so if you enjoy a good warm-up before you work, then be sure to visit them today!

Address: Plaza Enrique García Herrera, 16, 29005 Málaga

Phone: (+34) 951 353 716

Timings: 

Mon-Thu (09:00 am – 12:00 am)

Fri-Sat (09:00 am – 02:00 am)

Sun (10:00 am – 12:00 am)

6. Julia Bakery

Julia Bakery with WiFi in Malaga
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This patisserie, bakery, and café opened its doors in 2012, with the intention of serving the people of Malaga with the choicest Anglo-American baked items. Julia Bakery is neat, tidy, and enticing – with a blend of warm, sweet and, savoury scents taking over you as you step inside.

Julia Bakery is easily accessible in the city’s Centro district, located just a couple of minutes from the Puente de la Aurora on the Calle Carretería. The place offers a delicious, varied menu with everything from scones and cakes to tarts and sourdough breads to go with your coffee. A calm and laid-back vibe makes this the perfect place to work undisturbed for a couple of hours on the go.

The place operates for just a few hours at a time, however, so be sure to go early and grab a seat, you won’t regret it!

Address: Calle Carretería, 44, Málaga

Phone: (+34) 951 778 542

Timings: 

Mon-Fri (9:30 am – 2:00 pm; 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm)

Sat (9:30 am – 02:00 pm)

Tripadvisor rating: 4 (558 reviews)

7. Santa Canela, Soho

Santa Canela Laptop-friendly Cafés in Malaga
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If Soho is where art goes to flourish in Malaga, then Soho’s Santa Canela is where you go to get your own creative juices flowing. Specialty coffee, an easy-going, lively vibe, and great views all around, what more could you want? Established in 2015, “Santa Canela is the closest thing to the living room of a friendly home, with spaces for everyone, and 100% handmade products.”

Great coffee aside, Santa Canela offers a rich menu of sweet and savoury food to choose from while you work. The place is beautifully decorated, ensconced as it is in this lovely part of town. The aesthetics set the mood, but it’s the service and the food that really gets you going at one of the must-visit laptop-friendly cafés in Malaga. As the café itself claims, if you visit them, “you will not only drink quality coffee, but you will live a real experience.” And nothing would make you doubt that from the minute you walk in.

Santa Canela is located on the Calle Tomás Heredia in Soho, just a couple of minutes away from the Puente de Tetuán.

Address: Calle de Tomás Heredia 5, Soho, Malaga.

Phone: (+34) 952 025 235

Timings: 

Mon-Fri (8:00 am – 2:00 pm; 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm)

Sat & Sun (9:00 am – 02:00 pm)

Tripadvisor rating: 4.5 (272 reviews)

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